LifeKraze launches its high-fiving, accomplishment-sharing social network on Android

LifeKraze launches its high-fiving, accomplishment-sharing social network on Android

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New We last caught up with good folks at LifeKraze way back in November 2011, noting that it was a little like Twitter with heart and high-fives. And today it finally launches on Android. In real terms, LifeKraze was always about taking a different angle with information streams. While Twitter, Facebook...
LifeKraze launches its high-fiving, accomplishment-sharing social network on Android
                                       

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